Arsene Wenger: Penalty decision in Spurs match was harsh Play

Arsene Wenger: Penalty decision in Spurs match was harsh

Tottenham enjoyed a strong start to the game, owever, the Gunners responded well and took the lead in the 42 minute of the game as Wimmer headed the ball into his own net. Spurs were the better side once again in the second half and Harry Kane converted a penalty to equalise the game. Speaking about the penalty after the game, Wenger called the referees call decision harsh because the foul did not look dangerous. Nov 6, 2016
Andy Murray claims historic world number one after reaching Paris final Play

Andy Murray claims historic world number one after reaching Paris final

Andy Murray is the worlds number one without playing the Paris Masters semi-final. Canadian Milos Raonic withdrew from the match due to an injury.Murray only had to reach the final to come ahead of Novak Djokovic. The Serbian lost against Marin Cilic in the quarter final.Murray was the world’s number two for 76 weeks. Brits were celebrating his sudden victory on social media. Nov 5, 2016